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Welcome in Montmagny, this beautiful region that stretches along the river. Here, you will see magnificent and breathtaking landscapes, dazzling sunsets, as well as an impressive wildlife. Let yourself be charmed!


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Chaudières-Appalaches
 

The City of Montmagny

Of the white goose capital, Montmagny is the point of entry of Île aux Grues, reachable only through the ferry from the wharf of Montmagny. Fascinating, fun-loving Montmagny is a must on any nature lover's itinerary. The city also boasts a remarkable architectural heritage, particularly notable on the streets beside Rivière du Sud in Montmagny's city center, and along Saint-Jean-Baptiste and Saint-Thomas streets, where outdoor cafés, restaurants, inns, boutiques and other businesses have taken up shop in stately old homes, creating an inviting atmosphere for strolling and relaxing.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


Berthier-sur-Mer

Founded in 1672, Berthier-sur-Mer is the point of entry to Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


L'Islet sur Mer

Between Montmagny and Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, L'Islet sur Mer is a typical quebecer village, along the shore of the St.Lawrence River, with a well known maritime museum.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


Saint-Jean-Port-Joli

Woodcrafting Capital of Canada, it's one of the more picturesque city of Eastern Quebec.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


Saint-Just de Bretenières

On the south of the Chaudiere-Appalaches region, by the Beauce and along the American border, there is the village of Saint-Just de Bretenieres.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:


Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies

Classified within the beautiest villages of the Province of Quebec, that one at the east of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli. Its main tourist attractions and installations are:


Saint-Pamphile Sector

Containing many villages the, Saint-Pamphile sector is richly wooded and boasts one of the Region's most beautiful Golf Courses in the area.

Among tourist attractions and installations, there are:

  • Auberge du Centre de la Nature
  • Centre de Plein-Air de Sainte-Perpétue
  • Club de Motoneige l'Escale
  • Club de Golf de Saint-Pamphile
  • Mini Golf Bada-Boom
  • Site d'observation de Tourville

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